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This work completes a trilogy on Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa, where are examined the different phases of its development in the Pre-colonial, colonial, and post-Independence periods. It is an attempt to understand the dynamics that explain the successes or failures in the different periods considered, to draw lessons and provide a basis to rethink the current archetype of higher education systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
Sokhna A. Rosalie Ndiaye was a laureate of the Senegalese Concours Général with the 1st prize in Geography in 2008. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts and is currently a Lecturer and Doctoral Research Fellow in Public and Social Policy at Charles University in Prague. Her research focuses on education policy and governance, more specifically Higher education in emerging nations.